Animal Assistance Partner Account Manager


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


New Partner Coordinator - Multiple positions

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: To provide the organization with a dedicated representative to assist with obtaining new partners with regard to trainers, boarders, vets, groomers, or any other service provider needed.

Salary / Pay Rate: Volunteer


  • They will proactively & professionally reach out to those in the animal services fields to discuss their interest in partnering with our group with the assistance of the Foster/Medical Director, Foster/Medical Assistant Director, & VP of Animal Operations.

  • Must function as a point of contact for our new partners from start to completion of new partnership "onboarding".

  • Document those who have been contacted and declined, including their reason & if they would be open to us reaching out in the future and when.

  • They will also be responsible for negotiating terms of partnership on behalf of DPA regarding any required marketing we must do, the pricing DPA will receive, and any specifics regarding what species, breeds, temperament, or medical condition they will or will not partner with us on.

  • They will check in with the Foster/Medical Director, Foster/Medical Assistant Director, & the VP of Animal Operations on a monthly basis at minimum regarding progress.

  • Maintain notes of correspondence with solicited new partner opportunities.

  • Update global Google Drive documents to reflect changes or additions in partnerships.

CONTACTS WITH OTHERS: Will have regular and continuous contact virtually or over the phone with team leaders, as well as potential new partners & "onboarding" partners. Contacts with others will require tactful exchanges and a positive, professional demeanor. Will require consistent availability in case of emergencies.

CONTROLS OVER WORK : This position reports to the Foster/Medical Assistant Director, Foster/Medical Director, Vice President of Animal Operations, & the Executive Director.


  • Education and Experience: Must be a high school graduate with some related animal/rescue group experience.

  • Ability to work virtually (phone, email). A flexible work schedule to answer new partner correspondences during the work day is preferred but not required.

  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be organized and skilled at record-keeping.


  • Organization
  • Research
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Business Development
  • Multi-Tasking

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Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 18
  • 10-15 hours per week

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